Kaba Combi B30 Electronic Lock with mechanical redundancy

The B30 is a Professional electronic lock with a simple and minimal design.

Its main feature lies down on the mechanical redundancy: Hidden under the knob, a keyhole can be found: This mechanical redundancy gives the possibility to open the lock in case the access code is forgotten.

It can memorize 1 Master Code, 30 user codes and one courier code.

The keypad can be mounted in any position.

Fully programmable through PC software.

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Product NameKaba Combi B30 Electronic Lock with mechanical redundancy
ModelKaba Combi B30 Electronic Lock
ColorAs picture
DisplayNo, only LED light
Lock Bolt TypeDead bolt (manual)
Number of users1 Master Code, 1 Courier Code, up to 30 user codes
Penalty TimeYes, incremental
Audit RecordYes, additional accessory required (record of last 200 events)
Override keyYes
Silent / Duress AlarmYes, additional accessory required
Time Delay functionalityYes (1-99 minutes)
Open window funcionalityYes (1-19 minutes)
Batteries2 x AAA / LR03 1,5 Volt

Kaba Combi B30 Electronic Lock with mechanical redundancy

The B30 is a Professional electronic lock with a simple and minimal design.

Its main feature lies down on the mechanical redundancy: Hidden under the knob, a keyhole can be found: This mechanical redundancy gives the possibility to open the lock in case the access code is forgotten.

Safety classifications issued by VdS and ECB-S

The B30 by Kaba Mauer has been certified and tested by VdS and ECB-S, respectively in Class 2 and Class B.

Key Facts

A rework from the previous model, the tidy and minimal design is only one of the strong point of this outstanding locking device.

The user interface cannot be more simple, being composed by a simple and basic keypad and a shiny rotary handle.

But if you really wanna discover the best features of the B30, you would want to have a look "under the hood".
Indeed, below the rotary handle, a hidden keyhole can be exposed and the lock can be opened with the double bitted key, overriding the need for the numeric code.

It is also possible, the access to the Audit function: Using a PC software the user can get a full report of the last 200 entries.

Customer Questions
Safe Locks: What are the lock requirements for each burglary grade?

Safe locks are classified in ascending security classes going from A through D as per EN-1300 Regulation.

Additionally, starting at security grade IV, safes and vaults must contain 2 separate locks and even 3 for grades XI and higher.

The following table attempts to explain the lock requirements that each safe must meet in order to maintain the certification for the EN-1143-1 burglary resistance grade.

Lock Requirements for Burglary Grades

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